Soul and Funk
If you like soul, it doesn't get better than Soulive. The Evans brothers and Krasno jam out Long Meadows Park, Sinclairville, NY in 2000.
Here's a great DSBD crossposted from archive.org: you can stream it there if you want a preview, or go ahead and download VBR MP3 or lossless versions.
Also Krasno's prior band Lettuce follows that. Lettuce came out of Krasno and some Berkley (Boston) classmates, including Sam Kininger, now a permanent member of Soulive. Outstanding funk band, and another crossposting courtesy of LlaMA. This time they funked up New Orleans. Features and Ian Neville sit-in and in celebration of the Late Hardest Working Man in Show Business they do a great James Brown Medley. Great pics from this amazing show here.
Soulive 06-10-2000 Scotty-Paluza, Long Meadows Park, Sinclairville, NY
SBD->SBM-1->D100 @44.1kHz(more details below);
Sony 59ES->Audio Magic Presto II->ZA2->Soundforge 4.5->CDWav->.shn
Recorded by Sean Cartwright
Transfer and encoding by Eric McRoberts
4. Doin' Something->
6. Doin' Something
7. Bridge to Bama
8. Uncle Junior
9. It's Your Thing
11. Turn It Out
Notes from Mr. Cartwright:
SBD feed->splitter box that split the RCA cable from the board into 3 (maybe 4) RCA female connectors->Gold plated Radio Shack RCA cable->my SBM1->D100 @ 44.1
Source: AT4050 (card) > XLR > Edirol R-4 (24/48)
d1t01 "Welcome to Sold Out Rage"/intro
d1t02 Blast Offd1t03 Speak EZ
d1t04 The Last Suppitd1t05 Mr. Yancey
d1t07 Movin' On Up >
d1t08 Move On Up
d1t09 By Any Shmeeans Necessary
d1t10 Sam Huff's Flying Rage Machine >
d1t11 James Brown Medley#
d2t02 King Of The Burgs
d2t04 Makin' My Way Back Home
d2t05 Need To Understand
d2t06 Break Out Reprise >
d2t08 The L.E.S.
d2t10 E. Vill^
d2t11 Funky Good Time